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Former Partners Sued for Plotting New Firm on Company Time

Former partners of Adelson, Testan, Brundo, Novell & Jimenez are facing a lawsuit alleging they wrongfully used firm resources while preparing to open a new shop. So reports Bloomberg Law.

The former partners were accused of spending nearly 18 months using computers, taking information from client lists and marketing to the plaintiff’s clients. The suit seeks salary and benefits the lawyers received from the law firm while “conspiring” to start their own law firm that range from $282,000 to $399,000 per person.

The lawsuit alleges the departure of the former partners has caused “a significant disruption” in the company’s dealings and that two secretaries and one client have left. 

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